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Oct 6, 2012 4:00pm EDT
seems to me, like, if your argument is money is free speech, the mission hold people accountable for what they say. if the ceo of pepsi or to give $1 million to mitt romney tomorrow, i wouldn't buy pepsi for the rest of the year. so how do we hold them accountable? >> just a year? [laughter] >> he is not a committed. >> mountain dew? >> other pettitte products might be ok though. [laughter] >> it has to be 16 ounces. not anything more than that pierre >> how can we hold these people accountable when we do not know what they're saying? >> long story short, this election cycle, there are a lot of different groups who are organized differently in the backlog appeare. all of those report to the fcc and they disclose their donors. there are also nonprofit organizations, a whole host of them, that are organized in a different part of the tax code. they are private organizations that are not required to disclose their members or their donors. this is a type of tax law that is protected going back to the 1950's. it has been argued -- there is a whole logic behind it. it is not done by the ri
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